Bliss Out

Rated 2.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Josh Morgan knew it was time to retire, but when you're the top enforcer for the government agency FSN, the retirement party doesn't come with a gold watch and a cake. Before FSN director Basil Descartes implements the retirement procedures his way, Morgan tries to leave on his own, walking away and disappearing, but it's not that easy. Descartes will have to die, it's the only way. More

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Words: 110,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301549009
About Andrew Evich

I'm a retired commercial fisherman, and spend my time between gardening and hiking, and travelling with my wife.

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Review by: Peter Nicholas Farrell on July 12, 2013 :
Fair read, an interesting story but has been done better in other books. I agree with Patterson, personal political feelings shouldn't come through in the writing. some of the plot turns seem to be taken more for expediency than narrative reasons
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Review by: akhrie zh on June 04, 2013 :
the story concept is good but the narative part din't catch up much imagination. Better luck next time.
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Review by: Jay Patterson on May 20, 2013 :
The plot of Bliss Out is far fetched but interesting. The main characters are all bad or pure evil. Editing is better than most indy books but far from perfect. Several issues that come to mind are professional killers in hiding often walking around unarmed, people from the rogue agency saving a mans life only to kill him a few days later, and the main anti-hero being so gullible as to believe the new man in charge would change previous policy. I would give the story itself a 3.5, but since that's not possible it's a 4.0.
A note to the author. If you insist on making cheap shot political comments in your novels you will alienate forty percent of your potential readers. If your goal is not selling the maximum number of books then continue with your partisan diatribe. You've turned me off and I will not read any more of your books.
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